Gladys Berejiklian was lost for words after a fan called in to the Kyle and Jackie O show to say she’d featured in his raunchy dream.
The New South Wales Premier was doing a radio segment for the morning breakfast show when the station took a caller who confessed to being ‘a very big fan’.
The man, who introduced himself as Shaun, told Ms Berejiklian he thought she was doing ‘an amazing job’ as the premier.
‘You are very kind. Thank you,’ Ms Berejiklian replied.
The call came moments after she admitted she loved to listen to Duo Lipo, whose songs frequently feature sexually-charged lyrics.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian was left lost for words in an interview this morning after a fan called in to describe her role in a raunchy dream of his
The caller said his X-rated dream was triggered by Ms Berejiklian’s announcement restrictions across New South Wales would be eased in the coming days – which got him thinking about nightclubs.
‘By you doing that, I actually had a dream about you,’ he said.
‘Uh oh,’ Ms Berejiklian responded.
The caller told the premier they had gone for a ‘nice, romantic dinner’ and took a limo back to his house where she ‘forgot all about her premier job’.
‘We banged, and it was really good,’ he admitted, which left Kyle Sandilands in rare shock.
‘Premier I apologise. That’s not what Sean said … he said he wined and dined you and you fell in love,’ Kyle interrupted.
‘That’s OK. That’s fine,’ Ms Berejiklian said, before asking if they could move on.
Ms Berejiklian (middle) ceased all contact with Mr Maguire (right) following allegations of corrupt misconduct
This isn’t the first time the subject of the Premier’s sex life has been made public following the corruption hearing of former boyfriend Daryl Maguire.
The disgraced former MP has been laying low after allegations of corruption surfaced and his relationship with the notoriously private Premier was exposed.
The duo had been friends for more than 20 years before becoming intimate around 2015, with the 61-year-old telling friends he is still in love with Ms Berejiklian.
During the hearing in October, Ms Berejiklian admitted to a string of intimate details about their relationship and revealed that she loved Mr Maguire.
The conversation then moved to the premier’s taste in music.
The Premier also gushed over English singer and songwriter Dua Lipa during her chat with Kyle and Jackie O
‘I know you love Dua Lipa’, Jackie O said to the Premier, who replied ‘I do’.
The premier told the radio hosts she hadn’t heard Dua Lipa’s new song ‘We’re Good’ and said if the lyrics were ‘rude’ not to hold it against her.
The public first received an insight into the premier’s love for the English pop star when her phone went off during a press conference in April last year.
Her ringtone was Dua Lipa’s song ‘Don’t Start Now’, which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 2021.
When Kyle asked the Premier why she hadn’t received the jab yet, she said she would be receiving the Astraveneca vaccine, to prove it was just as effective as Pfizer.
Ms Berejiklian said thousands of front-line and quarantine system workers had received the Pfizer vaccine in the past three days.
Kyle asked the premier if he could enforce the ‘no jab, no job’ policy at the Kiss 106.5 radio station, to which she replied it was the decision of companies, rather than the government.
‘There’s nothing to stop employers from saying I want everyone in the workplace to get the vaccine’, she said.
The caller told the Premier they had gone for a ‘nice, romantic dinner’ and took a limo back to his house where she ‘forgot all about her Premier jobs’
‘If people want to go overseas most airlines will say to you, unless you’ve got the vaccine you can’t get on the plane.’
Kyle then asked the premier for her opinion on the doctor in Queensland who gave two elderly people four times the recommended dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
‘It was shocking, and I feel very bad for the people it happened to’, she said.
‘Hopefully this will be a rude awakening and people will make sure all those things are considered moving forward.’